A 'prohibition order' is an order prohibiting the person against whom it is made from carrying on any 'prohibited activity' (ie the production, supply etc of psychoactive substances)1, or a prohibited activity of a description specified in the order2. A 'premises order' is an order that requires the person against whom it is made to take all reasonable steps to prevent any prohibited activity, or a prohibited activity of a description specified in the order, from being carried on at any premises3 specified in the order that are owned4, leased, occupied, controlled or operated by the person5. Either order
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